These are formal written agreements made before marriage to seek to regulate what would happen financially upon marriage breakdown.
In a landmark decision in 2010, the Supreme Court held that “decisive weight” should be given to pre-nuptial (and post-nuptial) agreements provided the agreement has been entered into by the parties of their own free will, without undue pressure and they have been legally advised about the implications.
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